Kim Martin represents real estate developers and owners of residential, commercial, industrial and mixed-use projects, with a focus on all aspects of land use entitlements, including annexation, subdivision, zoning, transferable development rights, revenue sharing agreements, public improvement fees, development agreements and vested property rights. Kim also represents developers and landowners in acquisitions, sales transactions, leasing and general real estate development matters, conservation easements, and common interest community development under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA).
While in law school, Kim was a legal intern in the office of the District Attorney for the Fourth Judicial District, Colorado. Between receiving her undergraduate degree in Aviation Management and receiving her law degree, Kim (who is a licensed pilot) worked in airport management at various airports in Colorado and Washington, specializing in project management and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) compliance matters.
Kim is a member of the firm's Executive Committee.